A satirical look at the year in energy
Now in its third annual installment, we share our satirical take on this year's energy highlights.
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The Met Office reports that 2014 was the hottest year on record for the UK.
Ed Miliband, Nick Clegg and David Cameron sign a joint climate change agreement.
The Guardian launches its climate change campaign – ‘keep it in the ground’.
Political leader’s take part in TV debates ahead of the General Election.
The Conservatives dumfound polling companies by securing their first majority for a generation.
G7 Leaders agree to phase out fossil fuel use by end of this century, in the lead up to COP21 in Paris many commentators believe this is unrealistic.
The CMA’s provisional findings recommend greater switching to lower energy bills.
The solar Feed In Tarriff consultation opens, proposing to cut the subsidy by 89%.
Jeremy Corbyn is elected the new Labour leader.
The UK and China strike a historic deal to bring in a new era of UK nuclear generation.
Volkswagen are found to have cheated on emissions tests.
196 nations agree to the most ambitious action on climate change the world has ever seen, at COP21 in Paris.